Tag: Bell’s Brewery

Beer Review – Bell’s Oberon Ale


I picked up this bottle of Bell’s Oberon Ale during a recent lunch time beer run to The Foodery. I didn’t plan on picking this up, but since I remember enjoying the Oberon Ale last summer, and since I had yet to review it, I just had to […]

Sudsy Sunday Report


Wrapping another weekend and enjoying some beautiful weather, G-LO and I, along with honorary Booze Dancer “Crazy Eye”, kicked back on my deck Sunday night and had some great brews (pictured above). 

Beer Review – Bell’s Two Hearted Ale


It’s been a controversy filled week for the craft beer loving community. Here are some of the headlines from across the internet: MLCC taking an obscene stance on beer’s name – The Michigan Liquor Control Board bans the sale of Flying Dog’s Raging Bitch Belgian IPA. Goose Island […]

Beer Review – Bell’s Expedition Stout


Since it looks like the bitter cold weather is back, I’ve decided to try a dark and menacing beer this evening. Though 27 degrees is definitely cold (the current temp out there), I really shouldn’t complain, because it’s not going to get above 30 degrees in Kalamazoo, MI […]

Beer Review – Bell’s Pale Ale


Kalamazoo! That is the town in Michigan where the original Bell’s Brewery and The Eccentric Cafe (their brewpub) are located. Their main brewery is located 15 miles away in Comstock, MI. Bell’s Pale Ale is available year round, and their website offers up the following description: “Unlike so […]